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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-21-2019, 10:01 AM Thread Starter
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FS- Lamm Custom Seat SOLD PENDING FUNDS

Lamm Solo Vinyl Seat For Sale. Asking $300 plus shipping.
Fits Gen 2 & 3 FJR's
Contact me at [email protected] if interested. I can provide additional pictures if needed.
I'm located in New Bern NC

My personal specs:
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 230
Inseam: 30
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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-21-2019, 10:17 AM
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What's your body type like? Since its a custom seat that will dramatically change the type of rider that can consider this.

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Hey Jab - if you don't mine me asking - where'd you get the skins for the tops of the saddle bags?

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What's your body type like? Since its a custom seat that will dramatically change the type of rider that can consider this.
Good point, I weigh 230 Lb.

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Hey Jab - if you don't mine me asking - where'd you get the skins for the tops of the saddle bags?
Luca, I ordered them from my Yamaha dealer. Probably could have gone online and got them from Revzilla. They are from Tech Spec and called Snake Skins I believe.
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Reason you selling it? if you dont mind sharing.. Like upgrading the seat to something else?

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Hey Jab - if you don't mine me asking - where'd you get the skins for the tops of the saddle bags?
https://techspec-usa.com/yamaha-fjr-...er-guards.html

A little pricey but they make good tank and pannier protection.

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Please refrain from derailing a For Sale thread with questions and information about other things.
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@jab , only trying to help here. That seat will fit all Gen2 FJRs as well. Any FJR from 2006 to present can use that seat. That should help broaden your sales target audience a bit.


Also, there are more factors than your weight involved in a custom seat build. It would help if you included your height, inseam length and any other information that might have been provided to Seth Laam when he built the seat. For example, some folks want the pocket forward to accommodate short arms. Or the front narrower to let shorter legs reach the ground at a stop.

Those factors are what help make a Custom Seat more comfortable than an off the shelf for most of us. Including that will probably help your sale.

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Reason you selling it? if you dont mind sharing.. Like upgrading the seat to something else?
Surprisingly, it never worked well for me. I have a Corbin which, isn't perfect, but seems to fit me a bit better. I know that goes against conventional wisdom. Go figure!
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